Pete Davidson Making His Own Happiness After Kim Kardashian Split

Put yourself first Pete Davidson is focusing on his next chapter following his split with Kim Kardashian — and work is at the top of the list.

Pete is focusing on himself and his career right now and trying to make himself happy,” a source exclusively reveals in the newest edition of Us WeeklyAvailable now at newsstands. “He’s got a huge career ahead of him and has a ton of irons in the fire post-SNL.”

TheGood MourningAfter less than a year of being together, the actor, 28 and Kardashian, 41, decided to end their relationship earlier this month. After Kardashian hosted an episode on “The Bachelorette”, October 2021, the twosome sparked romance speculations. Saturday Night Live. One sketch showed Jasmine and Aladdin sharing a sweet kiss while on a magic-cart ride.

An insider shared his story Use earlier this month that the two “remain friends,” Davidson is doing his best to look toward the future,  including shooting the movie Wizards! Australia and the recent release Bodies Bodies Bodies.

“He has a hugely ambitious streak,” the source explains. “Pete wants to continue his standup comedy routine, challenge himself with new acting roles. He enjoyed the experience in Australia a lot, really bonded with the cast and crew and is excited about the future.”

Before his relationship to Kardashian, Davidson has been one half of a variety of high-profile relationships, getting engaged to Ariana GrandeHe married his girlfriend in 2018, just weeks after confirming their relationship. He also dated Margaret QualleyIn 2019, Phoebe DynevorIn 2021.

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Pete’s charming guy with bags of confidence and humor, plus he’s also super intelligent and a great listener,” the source tells Use of the comedian’s prowess.“It’s not all that surprising to the folks who know him that he’s such a hit with the ladies.”

Davidson has been vocal about his hopes for marriage and fatherhood, telling Kevin HartDuring a July episode Heart to Hart, “My favorite thing ever, which I have yet to achieve, I wanna have a kid. That’s like my dream.”

The Meet CuteStar, who has borderline personality disorder, has spoken out about his mental health struggles. In December 2018, DavidsonGrande’s split, 29.

“I’ve been getting online bullied and in public by people for 9 months. I’ve spoken about BPD and being suicidal publicly only in the hopes that it will help bring awareness and help kids like myself who don’t want to be on this earth,” he wrote via an Instagram post at the time. “I just want you guys to know. No matter how many people or websites try to make me kill my self. I won’t.”

One year later Davidson admitted that part of his desire to be a dad is the hope it will give him purpose to stick around. “I would love to be a dad, ‘cause I feel like it’s the one [thing] that would keep me here,” Davidson told Paper the magazine’s December 2019 cover story. “Everybody that I talk to that’s had a kid and who used to be depressed says it just alters this part of your brain.”

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